Yes, fine, but if you look really closely you'll see a bunch of links at the end of the document pointing to lessons like what you asked for. Like...
(chapter 3 onwards has practical practise examples.)
... what's wrong with this one?
This page has other links to other lessons and educational resources. However, I guess you want to be more comprehensive than this... so I had a more in-depth look for you. To see what I found, have a look at the next post.
Even with just the link I gave you, an experienced learner has enough information to construct appropriate excersizes... for eg. by attempting to copy a section of chinese text using the basic five strokes + character-select method. You would start with simple phrases and move to more complex constructions perhaps? (Though I note that a familiarity with fomal written chinese is a big advantage using WuBi - so you'll have internalised the stroke order or the characters...)
Beyond this, I'm afraid you'll have to enroll in a actual course at a school or something or hire face-to-face tutoring.